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image  Glebe Road, Crouch End, London, N8


image ££1,100,000

image 5 BEDROOMS
image 2 RECEPTIONS
image 1 BATHROOM
image Sold

Features

 Five-bedroom, Victorian family home. Offered with no onward chain
 Benefiting from a spacious cellar with potential to develop (STPP)
 Requires modernisation. Wonderful opportunity for new owner
 Westerly facing rear garden Retains a host of period features
 Two receptions, kitchen/diner, spacious cellar
 Upstairs family bathroom, separate wc
 Ideally positioned within a moment’s walk of Rokesly School
 Hornsey British Rail Station and Crouch End Broadway nearby
 Offering open views of Alexandra Palace

Property Description

A wonderful opportunity to purchase a five-bedroom, Victorian family home, ideally positioned within a moment’s walk of Rokesly School, Hornsey British Rail Station and nearby Crouch End Broadway. Whilst retaining a host of period features, the property requires modernisation, allowing a new owner to create a perfect blend of character and contemporary features to suit modern day living. Further comprising, two receptions, kitchen/diner, upstairs family bathroom, separate wc and a westerly facing rear garden. Benefiting from a spacious cellar with potential to develop (STPP) and open views of Alexandra Palace. Offered with no onward chain.



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